The photo and video sharing app Instagram has added some valuable features over the past year to attract users, including Remix for Reels, shopping options, new stickers for Link, and the Last Year public thread. A similar feature is the Schedule Instagram Live Stream. The Schedule Instagram Live Video feature allows users or content creators to schedule their live streams between 1 hour and 90 days later. In addition, the reminder function is also included in the scheduling. Users will be reminded of the live broadcast 24 hours 15 minutes before the event. Also Read – Zomato Announces 10 Minute Delivery: Check How Fresh Grocery Can Be Delivered In 10 Minutes
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STEP 1: First of all, you need to open the Instagram app. Also read – Realme GT Neo3 launches today: Here’s what we can expect
STEP 2: Now swipe left to open the camera.
STEP 3: Once the camera is open, swipe right from the bottom corner and select Live.
STEP 4: An option called Schedule will appear on the right side of the screen.
STEP 5: Select the schedule and enter the name of your event in the “Video Title”.
STEP 6: Click Start Time and select a date and time for the day you want to hold the event in the coming days.
STEP 7: Now click Schedule Live Video.
STEP8: Users can also share this scheduled live performance as a post with their followers.
STEP 9: A reminder will also be sent to the followers before the live starts.
Scheduling Instagram’s live stream feature allows users to create curiosity among their followers. This gives them the opportunity to get better views. Followers can view the post, its description and live link. Besides scheduling, users can also post countdown stories to get as many followers as possible.
The company has also introduced a feature called “Practice Mode”. The new feature allows creators to connect and interact with guests before they go live. This tool allows creators to check video quality and audio level before starting a broadcast.